Published at Wednesday, March 07th, 2018 - 19:59:41 PM. . By Noa Beckwith.
The kneehole desk was developed in England in the early 18th century. Its top was supported by two banks of cupboards, or drawers, separated by a space for the legs of the person seated at the desk. Larger versions—known as library tables or partners’ desks—enabled two people to work facing each other. School desks, popular since early Victorian times, developed from the portable and lectern desks and were modified to fit current educational theories.
Many people do not give the desk that they use in their home office much thought. They may even use a table from another room to provide the necessary surface for their computer and other equipment. But, there are very few people who are the height that makes working at a table effective or comfortable. An individual who is working on a surface that is the wrong height will soon notice that they ache. If they are doing a lot of computer work they may notice that their hands hurt and their neck aches by the end of the day. The proper desk will alleviate those problems very quickly.
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